Unlike all other races, Le Mans will spend an entire weekend in the French countryside to satisfy racing enthusiasts. First held in 1923 near the town of Le Mans (France), this is a race that challenges the endurance of cars for 24 hours of continuous operation at near maximum capacity.
This tournament itself includes many different classes of racing with certain standards of performance. The circuit of the Le Mans (Circuit de la Sarthe) also includes both specialized racetracks and regular streets. The manufacturers themselves also consider Le Mans as one of the opportunities to showcase important design prowess, technological prowess and fire tests for their “new”. Therefore, many “prototype” models have been selected for the first time at Le Mans racetrack. Recently, Le Mans is also the main playground for the trend of electric cars, hybrid cars and other clean energy vehicles.
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